This means that i could not compile and use the examples individually? Just to know if it has sense or not to spend time trying to compile it.
On the other hand, i have read that we should use the vision programing interfaces (VPI).
Are the same examples like the stabilizer, motion estimation or tracking available there (the ones explained here nvvwx_docs/group__nvx__demos.html) ?
I have checked the documentation but i did not see any stabilizer example and the one included in visionworks (nvvwx_docs/group__nvx__demo__video__stabilizer.html) was really useful.
Yes, any information regarding the plans to add the stabilizer as example is always welcome.
Regarding the compatibility of visionworks in orin, from your comments i can imagine that will be easier to develop my own stabilizer using the VPI library than trying to run the example of visionworks.
I’m trying to get the video_stabilizer demo working on Ubuntu 18 host machine, with VisionWorks 1.6 and cuda 10.2. Compilation works fine, but when I try to run the demo with default input, I get the following error:
[NVX LOG] vxuColorConvert: Internal CUDA error
Error: vxuColorConvert(context_, frame, gray) failure [status = -1002] in file stabilizer.cpp line 188
Were you able to get the video_stabilizer demo to work with cuda 10.2? Have you seen the above error before, and do you know how to solve it?
Based on your response, it sounds as if I should be able to get my work to run with CUDA 10.2 - so I will keep working on it and hopefully manage to find a solution.
While I understand that VisionWorks is no longer being supported, and has been replaced by VPI in JetPack v5, our team is currently ‘stuck’ working with JetPack v4.6 owing to other dependencies. So upgrading to VPI is currently not an option for us.